[M]y overall impression of the book is positive. All in all, it provides a thoughtful response to a pressing issue that demands attention. I believe that it will serve not only as a reference for specialists in modern Chinese thought, but also as a guide for nonspecialists concerned about the issue. . . . The unique contribution of the book is to provide us an opportunity to reflect on our own position and situation.We may progressively develop a deeper understanding of ourselves when we begin to become more aware of our own beliefs, biases, and values. Only then can we build a stronger intellect to get rid of any fever in the future.